Helping Incarcerated Parents Build Bonds With Their Children: A CI Twitter Chat

This image announces a new episode of the Early Link Podcast featuring the principal and preschool teacher from Philomath Elementary School.

by Melissa Duclos



Following the publication of our two-part story on two programs serving mothers at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility and the mothers who have benefited, we convened a panel of national experts to take a broader view of the issues facing incarcerated parents around the country, supports that are needed, and programs in place that are helping this vulnerable population of parents and children. Read the full transcript of our chat below.



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